As the three pondered a way to get inside the abandoned warehouse, Mike ran around the house to look for any openings. A half-second later, he was back.
"Nope, no luck," Mike said. "The only other thing I can think of is maybe there's an entrance on the roof they didn't board up." Both Mike and the fox looked at Johnny. He looked back at the two of them, and shook his head.
"Come on, please?" Mike said.
Johnny sighed and rolled his eyes. "Alright, I'll check."
"Johnny, just do it! We have to train. This is important for our development. And what kind of super hero doesn't ever use his powers? I mean, you might as well not even have them!"
"Dude, who are you talking to? Johnny agreed. He's already on the roof."
"Oh. I guess I figured he'd put up more of a fight."
Mike and the fox stood looking up towards the roof, waiting for Johnny to come back down. After a few moments, he did.
"Guys, it's perfect. There is a door up there, it's unlocked and it leads downstairs. There are no lights or anything, so we will have to provide that ourselves. But, even if there were, we wouldn't be able to use any of it, since then someone would know there are people inside."
"There's one problem," Mike said. "I can't fly."